How It All Began
I began my DJ career in the 90’s on SLR Radio, with Natty B doing Drive-Time. Then I moved to Paradise Radio and retired soon after. I was given the name ‘Lady TLC’ by Hector Selector back in 1988, and more recently Mosty G from Equation Roadshows added ‘The Phenomenal’ to my DJ tag. I returned to the DJ circuit after the sad passing of my mum in 2012. Specialist, a fellow DJ colleague who was on Station FM, invited me to join him as a guest DJ on his Soca show called ‘The Seasoning’ and then offered me a position on Station FM. I joined Station FM in April 2013 doing Drive-Time every Tuesday afternoon. Then due to work commitments, I moved to Sunday afternoon sessions and created the ‘Sunday Lunch’ promoting UK Reggae. Over the 18 months, I have built my presence on the airwaves as a DJ supporting UK talent.
In 2014 I was invited by Brookie ‘Nightlife’ to participate in a competition for female DJs entitled, ‘Queen Selector of Lovers Rock’. I won the title and wanted to use this winning opportunity to influence UK Reggae as a genre.
I reconnected with Natty B, my mentor, who is part of the Studio One Syndicate. He introduced me to Studio One Syndicate, who took me into their fold as the ‘First Lady’, the title given to me by Natty B. During my time as First Lady in Studio One Syndicate, I have played and improved my DJing and mastered my craft.